noblechairs is a German brand that promises durability, quality and functionality alongside great aesthetics. In this review we take a look at the Epic series chair in the newly released White PU leather edition. It looks great but how well does it perform and could it be possibly worth the £300 asking price?
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- Total height (with base): ca. 131 – 141 cm
- Width backrest (pelvis level): ca. 52 cm
- Width backrest (point of contact): ca. 29.5 cm
- Length backrest: ca. 87 cm
- Backrest adjustability (static): 90° – 135°
- Width seat (total): ca. 56 cm
- Width seat (point of contact): ca. 35 cm
- Depth seat (total): ca. 56.5 cm
- Depth seat (point of contact): ca. 49.5 cm
- Width armrests: ca. 10.5 cm
- Depth armrests: ca. 27 cm
- Rocking mechanism: max. 14°
- Armrests adjustable: Yes (four-dimensional)
- Maximum weight (user): 180 kg
- Net weight (chair): ca. 27 kg
- Gross weight (chair): ca. 29 kg
- Package dimensions: ca. 84 * 38 * 70 cm
- Manufacturer warranty: 2 years
- 100% vegan PU faux leather cover
- Comfortable & breathable cold foam upholstery
- 4D armrests with soft cushioning
- Safety class 4 gas lift
- Advanced rocking mechanism up to 11°
- 60-millimetre casters for both soft and hard floors
- 2 pillows included (neck pillow + lumbar pillow)
- Steel (frame)
- Aluminium (five-star base, emblem)
- Cold foam (upholstery)
- PU faux leather (cover)
- Nylon / Polyurethane (casters)
- Polyurethane (armrests)
You can buy the noblechairs Epic series White Gaming Chair from Overclockers UK for £299.99 inc vat HERE.
- Great build quality.
- Clear instructions and simple to assemble.
- Very adjustable.
- Good to look at with it’s clean and sleek design.
- High price tag.
- Armrests are a little stiff to adjust.
- Seat is a bit too firm if sitting for prolonged periods of time. It is getting softer however.
KitGuru says: The noblechairs epic series white is an comfortable and well designed chair that is worth the price tag. It looks fantastic too!